JEE Main Result Analysis 2017: 80% Boys and 20% Girls Qualify

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JEE Main 2017 Result AnalysisJEE Main Result Analysis 2017 – CBSE has released some interesting data on JEE Main 2017 results, which were announced on April 27. The exam was conducted in both offline and online mode. The data released by CBSE clearly shows the students’ preference for offline mode. The number of candidates who have cleared the JEE Main exam 2017 stands at 7,86,494. Out of the total of 11.86 candidates who registered for the exam, majority of them took exam in pen and paper mode. While a total of 9.56 lakh candidates opted for offline exam, 1.65 lakh candidates chose the online medium.

A total of 11.21 candidates appeared for JEE Main exam in 2017. Of these 8.17 were boys and 3.04 lakh were girls. This year, three transgenders also appeared for the exam. However, none of them was able to qualify. The number of successful boys in JEE Main exam is far greater than the number of girls. A total of 2.20 lakh candidates have qualified for JEE Advanced 2017 exam which is scheduled to be held on May 21. Among these, 79.2% are boys and 20.8% are girls. For a better understanding of JEE Main Result Analysis 2017 data released by CBSE, take a look at the below table –

Details No. of Boys No. of Girls Transgender Total
Candidates Registered for JEE Main 2017 8.56 lakh 3.29 lakh 3 11.86 lakh
Candidates Appeared in JEE Main 2017 8.17 lakh 3.04 lakh 2 11.21 lakh
Candidates Appeared for Offline Exam 6.92 lakh 2.64 lakh 1 9.56 lakh
Candidates Appeared for Online Exam 1.25 lakh 40,385 1 1.65 lakh
Candidates Qualified for JEE Advanced 2017 1.75 lakh 46,160 2.21 lakh

JEE Main Cutoff 2017 – Cut off score goes down by 19 marks for General category

Keeping up with the past three years’ trend, the cutoff for JEE Main 2017 has gone down. However, this year, the cutoff has seen a sharp decline for all category candiadtes. For General Category, JEE Main 2017 cutoff stands at 81, which is 19 marks lower than last year’s cutoff. Find complete information on JEE Main 2017 cutoff score in the below table.

S.No Category 2017 2016 2015 2014
1. General 81 100 105 115
2. OBC-NCL 49 70 70 74
3. SC 32 52 50 53
4. ST 27 48 44 47

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JEE Main 2017 Toppers

This year, JEE Main exam has been topped by Kalpit Veerwal. A resident of Udaipur, Kalpit has made history by becoming the first candidate to score 100% in JEE Main. He scored 360 out of 360. With his remarkable performance, he has secured AIR 1. To know more about Kalpit, check out his interview here.

Here are the top 10 JEE Main 2017 toppers –

AIR 1 – Kalpit Veerwal (Score 360)

AIR 2 – Vasu Jain (Score 350)

AIR 3 – Ananye Agarwal (Score 350)

AIR 4 – Vedant Raval (Score 345)

AIR 5 – Vishwajeet Agarwal (Score 345)

AIR 6 – Mohan Abhyas (Score 345)

AIR 7 – Akshat Chugh (Score 345)

AIR 9 – Varun Teja Chowdary (Score 345)

AIR 10 – Anany Sharma (Score 340)

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JEE Main 2017 – State wise candidates qualified

The table below show the state wise candidates who passed the JEE Main 2017-

S.No State Qualifier
1 AP 80,119
2 Bihar 78,305
3 Chandigarh 2,506
4 Chattisgarh 16,132
5 Gujarat 53,884
6 Haryana 28,999
7 Jharkhand 30,173
8 Karnataka 57,947
9 Maharashtra 1,66,020
10 MP 67,169
11 Punjab 18,669
12 Tamil Nadu 53,878
13 Telangana 64,998
14 Uttarakhand 13,527
15 West Bengal 54,168
Total   7,86,494

JEE Advanced 2017: The top 2,20,000 candidates have been selected for apperaing in pen and paper based JEE Advanced 2017 scheduled to be held on May 21 for admission to around 11000 B.Tech seats in 23 IITs. The application process of JEE advanced begins on April 28 and last date to fill the application form is May 2. The category wise break up of candidates who qualified for JEE advanced 2017 is mentioned below.

S.No. Category No. of JEE Main Toppers (Category wise) Total
1 Open 107,767 1,11,100
2 Open – PwD 3,333
3 OBC – NCL 57,618 59,400
4 OBC – NCL – PwD 1,782
5 SC 32,010 33,000
6 SC – PwD 990
7 ST 16,005 16,500
8 ST – PwD 495